It’s been pretty good, it’s a good uni especially for my course. Good lecturers on the whole and good range of sports and societies. Nice campus with lots of green spaces.
Warwick is a great University for Academics and challenging courses, and the campus has some merits. However, location is not great and is awkward to get to places. The biggest thing the University does not take seriously is student living and the affordability of things from accommodation to drinks to laundry. All of these facilities/services they increase in cost every year, especially accommodation. It's a good university but just be cautious.
Now, the University does use a careers site so you can browse opportunities, there are multiple workshops and ultimately and crucially, it is down to you and you have to go out and seek opportunities with the university providing some support. Could do a lot more though, to tell students that you need to get experience. You are paying £9,250 at the end of the day.
Seminar tutors can be really good and give lots of guidance. Independent working makes up most of my course which is flexible and good. To be improved is there could be more guidance on what work to do and publicising workshops and extra help.
Good, and there is a focus on representation and an inclusive environment. Facilities are overall good, with cafes, pharmacy, a student union club which can be good and a terrace bar and some restaurants which are great and have made use of.
As stated previously, the Student Union is good, but the washing machines can be pricey because run by private company who can charge lots for one single wash. Crucially, not from experience but there have been a lot of complaints on handling mental health at the university. Remember the Sexual Abuse scandal in the press last year? More needs to be taken seriously.
Campus accommodation can be especially close to campus; good services but again the price :///
Good, and sports centre is new and has lots to offer. However, to join sports club you have to pay a membership fee, then a fee to use facilities and then other costs - in short way more expensive than it needs to be.
Tutors feedback is good, and you are assigned a personal tutor which you can go to at any time for help. As I said, mental health services, as well as general health services should be improved, as you have to wait for months for an appointment!
Way too much money but I have enjoyed it a lot and believe it is necessary
Depends on department, psychology has improved recently
I live in leamington - the only place for a social life
No open football pitches, have to pay for everything!
Wide range but can be hard to get involved for long term
Advice available but not advertised well
Pretty expensive but safe and close to a bus stop
Counselling and mental health services have long waiting lists
Warwick is such a lovely uni to go to. I do really love the uni.
Union could put on more broad events
Leamington is such a lovely place to live
'Histsoc' is so good
Facilities usually faulty
More 24/7 study spaces
Well-being wait time too long
Can be very stressful at times but course and societies are rewarding
Warwick accommodation doesn't have used in Spa compared to number of students
Warwick is a target uni. Little personalised interactive help
No lecture-capture is problematic (damaging my mental health)
Random ballot for on campus accommodation
Expensive on-campus gym fees
Mental health bookings are required
Its good, I don't have many lectures next term
One day lectures and one day off